Photo: Daniel Levy watches on as Tottenham lose to Crystal Palace

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Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy watched on as the team suffered a surprise defeat to Crystal Palace.

A goal from Martin Kelly helped Alan Pardew's side pull off an upset at White Hart Lane, earning the Eagles a place in the FA Cup quarter finals.

Tottenham had a bad day at the office, a typically unfortunate yet familiar 'Sunday after a Europa League away game' performance, which had it's share of bad luck.

Top scorer Harry Kane had seven shots at goal, just two of which hit the target, while stand in goalkeeper Michel Vorm could have done a little better for Kelly's winner.

The saving grace was that it was not former Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor who scored Palace's goal, who was permitted to start the game despite Tottenham continuing to pay a share of his wages until the end of the season.

Tottenham's next game is at home against Fiorentina, and while the Europa League is a distraction, it would be good for their momentum if they can bounce back with a win against the Italian side, which will leave them continuing to feel they can beat anybody in the Premier League, where they currently sit in second place.

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